When thinking of what to write, I checked out Theme Thursday and saw the topic, "Doubts." Not knowing what to write, I stared at the word and came up with a definition for it. See if you switch the /U/ and /B/ in DOUBTS, you come up with the words DO BUTS. It's the perfect definition of the word. I'd do it, but . . . See when you want to do something but the "but" gets in the way, it makes you doubt what you want to do. And if you continually doubt things, you have a lot of buts.
If you are laughing at the word "buts," you would fit with my fourth graders because they continually giggle whenever that conjunction pops up. Why is that?